charge (something) (up) to (one)

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charge (something) (up) to (one)

To bill one for something; to fund something using one's money or account. Go find a dress for the cocktail party, and charge it up to me—here's my credit card. I know you've already put out some money for this endeavor, so please charge it to us, we'll take care of everything.
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